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Literary dna: 
honoring the voices in your head
Exorcising the demons

in person at 297 Page Street
Sunday, July 10, 10 am - 4 pm


Looking carefully at who you are in conversation with in your fiction is important. Who are you speaking to/with- writers, dead and alive, friends, family? Additionally, whose voice keeps you from speaking truth, keeps you mired in shame and fear to break silence? Coming into consciousness about both of these strains is an important part of any writer’s journey. 

This all-day class will explore ways to both honor the voices in your head, while exorcising the demons, and get you writing your truest story.

Like all Page Street Classes, this workshop is limited to 12 participants.

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instructor bio

Nayomi Munaweera is a Sri Lankan American writer and author of Island of a Thousand Mirrors, which won Commonwealth Book Prize for the Asian Region in 2013, and What Lies Between Us, which won the Sri Lankan National Book Award for best English novel and the Godage Award.

She has been named one of “Twelve Women of Color Writers You Need to Know” by Bustle Magazine and “One of the Asian American Women Writers Who are Going to Change the World” by Electric Literature.

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